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Ik -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- ' JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription, $1.00 Pop Year, F. Q. FcruitsoR, Business Mnnngor. Thursday, January 16, 1890. A raging blizzard In Kansas and a destructive cyclone In St. Louis ap peared unannounced on Sunday last. . The world's fair committee sent to Washington from St. Louis, was composed of the very best citizens of Missouri. What an Improvement Gen.Raum is on Tanner! Raura is doing threo times as much work, and a hundred times less talking. Tms county should be well repre. sented next month at the meeting of tho Republican League clubs, to be held in Kansas City. Jetikrson Citt will accept K con- nressional appropriation for tho lm Movement of the great "Osage lrr" rnlhpr than holding the World's fair. Wb shall cease to dally in humor ous tones Kith our late acquaintance, Col. LaGrippe. Indeed, we now feel n profound awe for that venerable Russian. We are unlike the American hog, we know when we have enough. Gkh. Siieldt siaes Vest up without any difficulty. He says Vest will be a candidate for the senate as long as ne lives. As the next legislature will be republican, Mr. Vest being a candl data Is the nearest he will Eet to the senate. Some effort is being made to ascer tain how the Egyptian mummy was : mad. The old way was by embalm ing, but the recent method that had the same effect on Cleveland, was to hide his encyclopedia. Tue territories are fa9t disappear ing. . Like the buffalo, the wild west will soon be'a thing of the past unless Gov. Hill can be induced to move out there. He and Altba might re' store it to its past glory. Ir there i3 any sincerity in tho op position to . the ''Trusts," why don't some one offer a short amendment to the Inter-State Commerce law. Con gressmcn and senators arc waiting for Brice to make that move, prob ably. Up to the last report the Hill and Cleveland factions were still at it. While we don't especially care about it, yet, if Cleveland is to be the next democratic candidate we would like to see him go into the canvass with his eyes, nose and ears left. If the light goes on he will have neither, and the next picture will be all neck. We are unlik'e some of our friends throughout tho state, in respect to our second choice for the world's fair. If St. Louis can't get it let it go to Chicago. We want it held where Missouri will at least get an indirect benefit. Chicago being near cr to Missouri than New York, it will be better for Missouri to have it there than in New York. and Thr howling country editor who has fed his constituency with bom bastic expletives on tho dangers of decay of the republic, owing to the election of a few republican pluto crats to tho senate, Is holding his breath for a brief moment, whllci the democrats of Ohio are electing that mushroom millionaire and political rainbow-chaser, Calvin stock Jobber Brlce, to the senate of tho United States. The wuolo democratic pro cession stops when a democrat is found who possesses a quarter In his own right. His Grace, tho archbishop of Phil adelphia, the Most Rev. P. G. Ryan, D. D.. delivered a lecture at tlio ex position music hall in St. Louis on Sunday evening last to an audience of -1000 people. The lecture was one of those eloquent cfi'orts which has long since caused him to be rccog' nlzed as one of the most brilliant men of this ago. His touching words on meeting his old friends in St. Louis were beautiful and heartfelt. The subject of tho leetuto tvas "Christ ianity tho Preserver ot Civilization." Benj. F. Butlek has lost none of his accustomed tartness in the use of the Knglish language. Bishop Potter and Ex-Prcsldcnt Cleveland would probably call It his accustomed roasting" ability. Some time ago Bishop Potter characterised Andrew Jackson as a "ruffian" which old Ben resents by saying it docs not be come a man who voted for an indi vidual that made the spectacle of a mother in a mad house, a son in a poor house and a father in the White house, possible, to criticise old Hickory. Senator Geo. G. Vest will cer tainly introduce a bill in the U. S. senate for an appropriation of at least five hundred thousand dollars for the Improvement of the "Osage River," a stream reported navigable for boats by U. S. engineers tho most of the year for over three hundred miles, and iuto the State of Kansas, this creat river running through the central portion of the state and emptying into the Missouri liver eight miles east of Jefferson City The senator, wo understand, has in troduccd a bill appropriating 8250,- 000 for tho improvement of tho Mis. souri river between St. Joseph and its mouth. Senator Vest knows that Hon. Waller Young Is a power in Missouri as well as in the Osage vol ley. The Torrey bankrupt bill was In troduced in toe house of representa tives on December 20th, by the Hon Ezra B. Taylor, of Ohio, chairman of the judiciary committee, and In the senate on the 21st, by the Hon. Geo. F. Hoar, of Massachusetts. The author of this bill is Mr. Jay L. Torrcy, an attorney of St. Louis whose large mercantile practice peculiarly fitted him for the prepara lion of a measure fraugut witli so much importance to tho mercantile interests of this country. A perusal of the measure shows that the task for it was a task U well done. The necessity of a uniform bank rupt law is now conceded by the whole country ond the Torry bill should receive the prompt attention of congress and pass. ings have increased enormously, and I consider railroad earnings tho best business barometer. I bolleve the new year will bo marked by a contin uance of this prosperity and a further development of tho resources of the west." The beginning of tho now year finds Uncle Sam's cash account in pretty good shape. His Indebted ness has been cut down over 880, 000,000 In a year, and instead of being $2,500,000,000 as it was 25 years ago, is now a round billion. Better than this, the Interest bearing debt, which, in 18G5, was 52,381, 630,294, Is now below $850,000,000. Still better than that, the interest charge which, in 1AC5, was $150, 000,000 a year, Is now only $30,000, 000 annually. The debt reduction of the year has been a little over $81,000,000. This amount has been used in purchase of bonds, and, al though a high figure has been paid on these bonds by reason of the fact that they have several years yet to rup, n very largo amount of prospect ive Interest have been saved by this transaction. There now remain but $124,000,000 of the 4J per cent, bonds outstanding. These are not redeemable at par until September 1, 1891. When these arc out of the way the only interest oearmg tleut worth mentioning will be one lot of 4 per cent, bonds, redeemable in 1907. These amount to $640,000,000. Ex. The Montana republicans democrats have each elected United States senators. We hope the senate of the United States will send the whole outfit back to Montana with notice that they are expected to settle their own difficulties, and not inflict the whole government of the United States, with their petty quarrel. The New York Sun asks : "Who is responsible for the gradual wasting aww of Missouri's fair and reliable democratic majority?" The Kansas C-.ty News, an Independent paper re plies: "As near as we can make it out It is either mildew or dry rot that caused the calamity, and what's more tho process shows few signs of abate ment." ' Tne democratic press claims that Congressman Neidringhaus is in training for the governorship In 1892. We elsewhore print a sensational article regarding his intentions as given out by a democratic orgin, the Republic. The republicans will carry Missouri in 1892 without tho aid of boodle In fact the boodle business is an exclusively democratic Institu tion. The president, it is said, likes to look at a man before he appoints him M an important office. That Is no ' doubt n great help to a good judge of human nature and Harrison's profes sional experience should have made ' him somewhat of an expert in. sizing up a fellow. At least he has shown i t$A judgment up to date In his se It'bilont. The knowing ones say Sbhuarte would have fared better If Abe president bad not seen him. an alllanop between NoldcringhatiB j and Kernes, on the basis of tho senj ntor for.ono and the governorship for the other, is the most proper and ! natural thing Imaginable. That Neidringhaus wants to bo governor thcro Is no doubt; that lie is willing to "put up'' for It Is equally i certain.' It is understood that lie has ' already signified to Filley his Intcn- I tion of putting 8250,000 In the jack-1 pot if assurances can be extended to him that tho cards aro all right. If Farmer Wadorhas a senatorial run ning mato the fact has not yet been developed, but that Warner ond KTI.1 ...111 M. . .1 1 t.t- 1. t iiuuiu mil mu vugubuur, uuu luiiu tuu scheme is to put Kernes and Neid ringhaus in the'same cart, Is becoming more evident dally. It is almost cer tain that there will bo somo fun in tho next Missouri campaign, and that tho statesman, and patriot Neidring haus is booked for an important part is beyond. question. DIRECTORY. ELSTON, COLE COUNTY, Mo. p CUunoll tiEETlNOS. Baptist,' Firs Sunday. Methodist, Second Sunday. Presbyterian, Fourth Sunday: S. D. TURNER, Physician. S. M. ELSTON & Co., General Merchandise and Jobbers In Farm Maoh'incry, Binders Twine, &c. &c. &c. B. LACKAMP, ' Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Tlnwaru, Furnlturo, Coffins, Etc. GEORGE ELSTON, Drugs and Groceries, Express and Ruil-Road Agent. WOULD BE GOVERNOR. uo Boreau, 1 LND Vkns. Av. , 3., Jan. 1, '90. J , HEKRY VAGNER DEALMl IN WflJBZ, LIQUOR ZV&SB&m., no. 221 east riaii smxet. A fine Lunch counter run In connec tion with the saloon, where lunch can be had. at all hours. J. J. SHRIKE. Watchmaker and Jeweler. Repairing Promptly Dono and warranted. CENTRETO WN, COLE CO. MO. CHOnOII MEHTINOS. Presbyterian, Third Sunday. Baptist, Fourth Sunday. Lutheran, Second Sunday. T. A. GREENUP, Post Master and Justice of the Peace Piop'r Commercial Hotel. The fact that there aro three (lib tinct divisions of the democratic party on the tariff question, and the fact that there arc free traders in th republican party shows the necessity of a readjustment of either of th parties, arc the main principals that each arc contending for. In tin democratic party they have the Mill and Waterson free trade faction ; the Randall tariff faction and the "tariff for revenue only" faction. It would seem to be impossible to concilia! and keep these factions in the old parties, and it is beginning to look as if the democrat that cannot swallow the "free trade" plank will hayo t seek congenial company In some other party. As for the free trad republican we will reduce the tariff and make it as comfortablo for him as possible under existing circum stances. Mn. S. II. II. Clauk general man ager of tho Missouri Paciflo railway, soys In the New York Star: "In all my railroad expeilence I've never seen, anything to compare with the traffic strain under which the rail roads aro now staggering. The crops in the agricultural states are unus ually bountiful, so heavy, in fact, that all the railroad facilities have proved inadequate. We have begged, borrowed ond leased from eastern lines all the cars that could be ob tained, and still we are'ehort several thousand. Groinerles are overflow ing, and for hundreds of miles along the tracks of tho Missouri Pacific toys tern corn and other cerials arc stacked unsheltered wotting for cars. In the past six months railroad earn- The Rkvoblio Boreau, Cou. 14tii St. and Washington, D. C It will probably interest Missour iaus to know that the statesman and patriot Neidringhaus is full of the belief that he is ordained by Provi dence and tho grace of his fellow countrymen to succeed David R. Francis as governor of Missouri. Neidringhaus, according to the re ports that have reached hero during the past three or four da3's, is now squarely in the field. It Is under stood that Filley hat promised him tj)e next republican nomiualion for governor and that ho is going into the fight with his purso open and his , sleeves rolled up. Neidiinghaus believes that money can perform any thing in politics. He boasts with a goad deal of pride that for the mod erate expenditure of $08,000 he car ried the city of St. Louis and elected three republican congressmen in the fall of 1888. He is rich ami ambitious. He has plenty of money to spend, and ho believes that the honor of being governor of Missouri is worth $250,000. He is willing to invest that amount in tho enterprise. No matter whether Filley gets tho postmaster- ship or not, it is his intention to keep his giip on the republican machine. With his grip on the machine he can name the next republican candidate for governor, and it is understood that Neidringhaus and himself have already made an arrangement to the effect that Neidringhaus is to be the candidate. It is argued that Neidringhaus is enough of a prohibitionist to satisfy the truly good brethren iii the coun try, and that tho German brewers and saloon-keepers in the cities as a matter of national pride will support him solidly. A member of his family telegraphed here within a few days past that h-3 was already dubbed the Bismarck of Missouri, and that this indicated much. Of course, if Mr. Filley is made postmaster the ma chine will be strengthened, but in any contingency Neidringhaus expects that ho can capture tho nomination. Farmer Wade will he a candidate on a truly pious platform, and it is understood that Maj. Warner has en tered Into an offensive and defensive alliance with Noble, the basis of which is that Warner is to bo the candidate for governor and Noblo is to make the race for senator against Mr. Vest. Hints have been received hero of an alliance between tho Clan-uo-Gacl and Der tyga Pcrsonlichcn Frcihcit. This means, of .course, a aorabjno be tween Neideringhaus and Kernes. The star-route statesman may be expected to swing the Cian-na-Gacl all right, while Neidringhaus will take care of the German Personal Liberty League. The basis fot' t'lls arrangement has not yet been announced hc-rc, aii;'. the faithful are anxious as to Its de tails, Kernes and Filley being now engaged in tho apparently agrceahlo pastime of throttling each other. Of course, Neidringhaus Is completely under Fllley's wing, and Is faithful to Filley's interests ; consequently the report that Der LIga and the CI an na-Gael had pooled Issues created surprise, and some people doubt" tlio poBslolllly of Its consummation. There Is no knowing, however, how deals can be arranged and trades con summated, and in consequence' nearly all the practical politicians from Mis souri now in Washington beliove that ANTON - NAT8GH : dealer - : in : STOVES Tinwares-.Ielal Roofing. I IIAV? ON HAND THE St. Clair and Bellville Cooking Stoves, AND THE ParlortQ&een Heating Stoves, The very latest and best stoves man ufactured, fiilly warranted, call and see them. Gutteiing,' Lightning Rod,- Etc., at tho lowest prices nnd warranted. JSyAll repairing neatly done. 403 West Jlain Street. Opposite Gas Works. LOUIS WOLFERMAN, lMesal3andMallDealerin D$Y GOODS CARPETS: Trunks, i Hats, $ Caps,- Furnishing Goods, Etc. Sfiy-TLfi Largest, Host and Cheapest Stock of Caipcts In the City. For Bargains In anything in my line, please call anil 1u convinced of the fact. LOUIS WOW'KliMAX, 212 East llltfh Stieet. LOOK! AGENTS, LOOK! 100 Per Cent. Profit Is itllini tn article that ry Hotg, Hotel. UaiUartftt and Etoamboat U crying and djlni (or. XlElNHOLD'd OELF.JIOTARV Knife Sharpener. CfmpltUi thi lltclwn, anS( on told, criatea ft dimand tor down Dor, Clriutara and lamplaa Fau to thai wba Ittoma our aeot. ADDRESSt THE EAGLE MFG. CO. OrncEfl, Eaou Block, Detroit, Mica mm Is trie oldest nnd mnt pnpulrtr scientific nrd meclmnical pnperimbtwhed and Jin tho iRrRei-t circulation of ny nnper of Its clam In tlm world. Fully Illustrated JJct class of Wood KnirniT. ings' Published weekly. Bend for ipNimen ct)T. Irlcef3fiyenr, lonrmonths'trial.tL UUNN & CO J'UBLUHEHH, 3til liroadwflj, N.T. Architects" builderq Editro'n of Scientific American. O A'ret taecofs. 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CTnal efratl llalnca rai. tnaMtiic Tatllon. SuUonop and Jloant, bUl !)(. ;MIn4, Typ.Vriluff, Jb T'Irfinpby pn-UlUiaT VtyatWe. Vrnnt iwf QVadaMtttf iTMnniMd Hmnii, ' eiwoUri sddrm KQbraltu W. Umltk, rrUfllaa), r Dr. M. A. DULAI', Druggist. MUI1KAY & WKAVKK, General Mcveunndiso. A. A. CAMl'IJELL, General Merchandise. D. L. IIATIIHOUN, General Merchandise. GEORGK TOPE, l'ron'r Hotel nnd Denier in Fine Whiskies, Wines nnd Cignrs, JOHN l' K LESS A, Miller and Dealer in Mill Stuff, MARION, COUi CO., MO TAGART & ELLIOTT, General Merchandise and Country Produce i nr. it n i ii i mi with i m 1 Jl- UJLLwJIA IIJUIUJ -LEERING SxloE- Hbs Already Commenced i at The Spot Gash's5 ljnjj 'i niaM aaaA DRY GOODS HOUSE OF would be nn appropriate' namo for the penurious, grasping merchant wLoJo uim seems to ho to sell uo few goods nt as high a prlcq as possible nnil who is continually growling about dull times nnd wonders why pcoplo do not buy his dirty, shelf-worn, moth-eaten stock. Wo feel proud to know we do not ,coino In this class, and that our goods are fresh, seasonable, hand some and desirable. That instead of trying to sco how much wo can git for an article, wu study how low tho article can bo so'd. Buying goods on long time and selling on longer time is what makes men poor. Buying for cash and selling for cash is what makes men rich. We trust no raan,talco no chattel mortgages, 6ell good, honest goods, ask V. OSAGE CITY, Cole Co., Mo. C. KOEHLER, Dealer in General Merehmdlse. THEODORE SCIIEULEN, General Merchandise and Country Produce HENRY POPE, Dealer in Fine Whiskies, Wines nnd Cigars. RONNOT'S, Osnge Co., Mo. L. Ii. BOILLOT, Propr. Bonnot's Mill Hotel, and agent for W. J. Lcmp's ICcg nnd Bottle Ueer. PACIFIC RAILROAD TIME TABLE. W'KSTWAHIl. No l,Day Evpress... Arrives 1 :0il p.m. Leaves 1 :2Up.m. Xo. 3, Through Express. An Ives 12: 23 a. in. Leaves 12:28 a.m. No. 5, Local Passuimcr. An Ires 12 :'M p. m. Leaves 12:15 p.m. No. B, Texas Express Arrives 2:10 a.m Leaves 2:10 a. in Freight, carries passengers. Lcavcs0:2j a. in. EASTVt'AllD. No. 2, Pay Express.. ..Arrives 2:10 p.m Leaves 2:55 p.m No. 4, Through Express. Arrives 2:10 a.m. Leaves 2:10 a, in. No. 0, Local Passenger. An Ives 1:20 Leaves 1:10 p. in Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 4 :10 p.m. Local passcuger trulus 5 and G run be tween St. Louis and Kuusns City. Three eetlo!is of night train cast. Texas ex press, No. 0, has through chair cur via Lexington branch. Free reclining chair cats un all through trains. LF.UANON 11HAKCII. Tralnsjcave Jefferson City at- C:30 a m., anivlngat Aurora 0:30 a. m. llctiirnlmr, will leave Ami.. a at 11:30 p. m., arriving at Jefferson City at 2:30 p. m. John J. Cnimcii.Agt. WNptT ' N Pslaealnhin Cara"if J$t$& P!3:e Resrinlr.n chair Cars Wr If hi 0MO PIGGISH PEOF1TSO strive to become friends of the people and do not add ten per cent, for freight. 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